Don’t miss out on the upcoming IBM Middleware User Community webcasts! Take a peek below at the schedule and don’t forget to register. Additional webcasts are added regularly so make sure to visit the event calendar to stay up-to-date.
Ask the Experts: IBM Netcool OMNIbus Web GUI 8.1 High Availability & IHS Load Balancing Walk-Through
Tuesday, March 28
1:00 PM EDT
Jose Vizcaya/IBM Hybrid Cloud IT Specialist/IBM
Phillip Stanton/Software Engineer/IBM
In this Ask the Experts session, Jose Vizcaya and Phillip Stanton will walk through a Netcool OMNIbus Web GUI High Availability Deployment. This session will include –
• Explanation of the Web GUI environment.
• Creation of a cluster database.
• Adding additional nodes to the cluster.
• Installing & configuring IBM HTTP Server (IHS) and Websphere plugin.
• Configuring IHS load balancing.
Tuesday, April 4
10:00 AM EDT
David Currie, Senior Software Engineer, WebSphere Application Server Development
Raj Suryavanshi, Product Manager, WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Remote Server
Microservices architecture is rapidly gaining traction as the choice of software architecture pattern to compose and release software more rapidly and predictably which in turn allows organizations to respond more effectively to their customers’ needs. With the recent release of Microservice Builder (beta), IBM is introducing a turnkey approach to learning, building, running and managing applications in a microservices framework. In this sessions, we will demonstrate step-by-step guidance provided by Microservice Builder, to help developers learn about the intricacies of developing scale-out apps, rapidly compose and build innovative services, and deploy them to various stages using pre-integrated DevOps pipeline. Microservice Builder (Beta) provides a Microprofile.io based programming model for writing Java based microservices. The generated containerized app can then be seamlessly deployed on your laptop, or on-premise Kubernetes orchestrated Docker environments or off-premises Bluemix.
Thursday, April 6
10:30 AM EDT
Krishna Kodali, Senior Software Engineer, IBM
Tom Randles, Netcool Offering Manager, IBM
Rob Clark, Senior Netcool Architect, IBM
Zane Bray, Netcool Solutions Architect, IBM
Dominic Heade, Senior Netcool Architect, IBM
Are you an existing IBM client with a deployment of IBM Tivoli Network Manager? If the answer is yes, then you are cordially invited to this Webinar:
During this 90 minute online presentation, you will be introduced to members of the IBM Netcool support, architecture and product management teams. We propose to engage with you on the following topics:
1. New solution enhancements from Tivoli Network Manager 3.8 to 4.2. Rob Clark, Senior Netcool architect.
2. From 3.8, 3.9 to 4.2. Migration best practices. Krishna Kodali, Senior software engineer.
3. IBM service offerings, remote or on-site, to enable your successful migration. Dominic Heade, Senior Netcool Architect.
4. Efficient operations with Netcool analytics – Zane Bray, Netcool Solutions Architect
5. Question and answer session
Wednesday, April 12
1:00 PM EDT
Ingo Averdunk, IBM Distinguished Engineer, Cloud Architecture and Solution Engineering, IBM Cloud
With the evolving landscape towards cloud, IT Service Management (ITSM) has to change as well to stay relevant. This session will highlight work done by the Cloud Architecture and Solution Engineering (CASE) workstream on Cloud Service Management and Operations (CSMO). CSMO refers to the entirety of activities – organized in persona, processes, and tools – that are performed by an organization to plan, design, deliver, operate and control IT and Cloud services offered to customers. We will cover reference architectures for CSMO, and its solutions for Incident Management and Problem Management. We will show the tool chain implemented by CASE using relevant IBM and 3rd party capabilities. In addition to the tools, we will further present the impact of Cloud on processes and the organization. In closing, the recent addition to the Bluemix Garage offering for Service Management is presented, supporting clients in this transformation.
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